Mitchell J. Brunet
Mitchell J. Brunet
Graduate Student, University of Wyoming
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Cats and dogs: A mesopredator navigating risk and reward provisioned by an apex predator
MJ Brunet, KL Monteith, KS Huggler, JG Clapp, DJ Thompson, PW Burke, ...
Ecology and Evolution 12 (2), e8641, 2022
Spatiotemporal predictions of the alternative prey hypothesis: Predator habitat use during decreasing prey abundance
MJ Brunet, KL Monteith, KS Huggler, DJ Thompson, PW Burke, M Zornes, ...
Ecosphere 14 (1), e4370, 2023
Multi‐model application informs prey composition of mountain lions Puma concolor
JG Clapp, CD Atkinson, MJ Brunet, PW Burke, LR Ellsbury, ZW Gregory, ...
Wildlife Biology 2022 (5), e01035, 2022
Spatial prey availability and pulsed reproductive tactics: Encounter risk in a canid–ungulate system
MJ Brunet, KS Huggler, JD Holbrook, PW Burke, M Zornes, P Lionberger, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2024
The Interface of Risk and Reward: A Spatial Evaluation of a Mesopredator Caught between Predator and Prey
MJ Brunet
University of Wyoming, 2022
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